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1st-Time Falls Church Candidates Tape Their Cable TV Speeches

July 22, 2015 6:47 PM0 comments

Only three of the 14 candidates for this fall’s Falls Church City Council and School Board elections took advantage of a free offer from Falls Church Community Television, the city’s public access station, to record messages at its studios and educate voters about their choices this November.

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News-Press Annual F.C. Chamber Mixer Set for July 30

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The Falls Church News-Press is hosting its annual summer party and Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s Networking Mixer on Thursday, July 30 from 5:30 – 7:30pm. The event will include food from Ledo Pizza and beverages. Falls Church Commissioner of the Revenue, Tom Clinton, will serve as the guest bartender […]

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2nd Sunstone Counseling Location Opens in Alexandria

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Amy Stephens, LPC and George Coyne, LCSW have opened a second Sunstone Counseling location at 112 S. Pitt Street in Alexandria. Coyne will oversee the new location while Stephens will continue working out of the Falls Church center at 124D E. Broad Street. Sunstone Counseling’s 19 counselors offer individual, couples, […]

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Editorial: Not Necessarily Our Fault

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Let’s be realistic. There is an overwhelming tendency in life to blame one’s self for whenever things go wrong, and in many cases that blame is misplaced. The dog thinks that everything is its fault. The cat nothing. Humans can go either way. In the case of the City of […]

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Our Man in Arlington

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When some good students from Marymount University presented their campus history earlier this year, I noticed they omitted mention of one seminal figure. Mary Ann Hall was of the most successful prostitutes and brothel keepers in the nation’s capital of the 19th century. Her ill-gotten wealth enabled her to purchase […]

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Establishment Republicans Should be Ashamed of What They Have Established

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I had a heated conversation with a nice, but terribly misguided Republican last night. He said that Donald Trump and the presidential Bozo Bus embarrassed him. He was apologetic and trying to explain that he wasn’t “one of them.” “They don’t represent me,” he said. “I’m not like that.” To […]

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George Mason Grad Haley Zullo Wins $750 Scholarship

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by Kate Karstens On May 31, Green Pest Services control turned their needs from maintaining pest control to providing scholarship money to rising college freshman in Virginia. Local George Mason graduate, Haley Zullo, has been one of four students awarded $750. To be considered, students must demonstrate a need for […]

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Sampling of F.C. Council, School Board Candidates Face Off for First Time

July 21, 2015 9:44 PM2 comments

Out of the enormous field of Falls Church City Council and School Board candidates that have qualified for the ballot in this November’s municipal election, a sampling of new people and veterans showed up for Tuesday night’s first candidates’ face-off at the American Legion Hall.

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Galleria Florist Now Under New Ownership

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Galleria Florist, located at 7187 Lee Highway in Falls Church, is now under new ownership. Owner and manager Carol Beales has sold the popular florist shop to entrepreneurs Alisa Rabinovich and Mark Fedorchak. Since opening the shop in 1991, Beales has provided flower arrangements for multiple White House and high […]

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Crime Report: Another Stolen Auto, Marijuana Possession & Thefts

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Another vehicle was stolen in the City of Falls Church, this one from the 300 block of South Maple Ave. last Wednesday, according to the most recent crime report. Two weeks ago, two vehicles were taken in the City, one from N. Quesada and another on Roosevelt Blvd. In other […]

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